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Rate of Reactions Investigation

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The following document investigates whether the amount of iron dispersed in a 100 ml beaker of sulphuric acid would alter the rate of reaction and includes chemical equations as well as images of the process.

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Chemistry Matter Inorganic solvents Laboratory glassware Equilibrium chemistry Sulfates Sulfur Sulfuric acid Beaker Acid Chemical reaction Graduated cylinder
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Chemistry Matter Inorganic solvents Laboratory glassware Equilibrium chemistry Sulfates Sulfur Sulfuric acid Beaker Acid Chemical reaction Graduated cylinder
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This experiment focuses on the effect the concentration of dissolved reactants has on the rate of reaction. 2 moles of sulphuric acid react with measured amounts of iron inside a conical flask connected to an inverted measuring cylinder submerged in a trough of water. The chemical equation of iron and sulphuric acid can be written as 2Fe(s) + 3H2SO4(aq) ---sr-----> Fe2(SO4)3(aq) + 3H2(g). the rate at which the solution becomes cloudy determines the rate of reaction, in this case, the sulphuric precipitate causes the solution to become cloudy. Graphs are plot by using the results of the volume of hydrogen gas collected at the mouth of the inverted cylinder. Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to investigate whether the a...
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